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8/14/2020
On this episode of the Palmetto Guardian we talk with retired U.S. Army Col. Frank Chapman, former McCrady Training Center training site manager, and retired U.S. Army Master Sgt. Curtis Hallman Jr., current McCrady Training Center maintenance manager, about the history of the South Carolina National Guard McCrady Training Center in Eastover, South Carolina and the hard work and dedication it took to get the training site to what it is today. The Palmetto Guardian is hosted by Spc. David Erskine and Sgt. Chelsea Baker with the South Carolina National Guard Public Affairs office.
8/14/2020
On this episode of the Palmetto Guardian we talk with U.S. Army Command Sgt. Maj. Michael Gentry, Tennessee National Guard state command sergeant major, as well as U.S. Army Command Sgt. Maj. Jesse Withers, Kentucky National Guard state command sergeant major, about their experience of The Best Warrior Competition Region III. The Palmetto Guardian is hosted by Spc. David Erskine with the South Carolina National Guard Public Affairs office.
8/14/2020
On this episode of the Palmetto Guardian we talk with U.S. Army 1st Sgt. Stephen Moore, South Carolina National Guard Joint Force Headquarters first sergeant, as well as Mr. Darryl Hammond, South Carolina National Guard Health and Wellness Program lead Health and Wellness Coach, about health and fitness, as well as different outlets and programs Soldiers, Airmen, and their Families can access to help them on their fitness journey. The Palmetto Guardian is hosted by Spc. David Erskine and Sgt. Chelsea Baker with the South Carolina National Guard Public Affairs office.
8/14/2020
On this episode of the Palmetto Guardian we talk with U.S. Army Sgt. Maj. Jason Gregory, as well as U.S. Army 1st Sgt. Stephen Moore, about coming together to support the Best Warrior Competition Region III. The Palmetto Guardian is hosted by Spc. David Erskine with the South Carolina National Guard Public Affairs office.
8/10/2020
The South Carolina National Guard hosted a virtual Basic Leadership Course (BLC) at the 218th Regional Training Institute (RTI) at McCrady Training Center in Eastover, South Carolina, in June 2020, in order to train U.S. Army National Guard Soldiers to be non-commissioned officers (NCO), while also following safety guidance for COVID-19.